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Rogue Intelligence Agencies Remind Me Of The Kennedy Assassination

April 3, 2017 by


By Lawrence Sellin Ph.D. ~ On December 22, 1963, one month after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, former President Harry S. Truman, who initially authorized the creation of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), wrote in the Washington Post: “I think it has become necessary to take another look at the purpose and operations […]

Cooking The Books

September 14, 2015 by


By Colonel Kenneth Allard (U.S. Army, Ret) ~ Here’s something to think about as we commemorate Sept. 11, 2001, an epic intelligence failure that led directly to the worst American defeat since Pearl Harbor. The current Democratic front-runner in the presidential sweepstakes, described as a liar by many American voters, conceivably faces indictment for mishandling […]

The CIA Goes Back To The Movies

January 8, 2013 by


By Dr. Michael Ledeen ~ Well, it sure beats talking about Benghazi.  A few days after the (acting) chief spook wrote his review of Zero Dark Thirty, the Agency itself has returned to its new favorite subject, enlightening its readers about their latest deep thinking about Hollywood.  And guess what?  After careful study and analysis, […]

Congress Cuts Intel Budget For 2013 Despite Dangers

January 7, 2013 by


By Jim Kouri, CPP. ~ At the same time as the U.S. Senate released a report lamenting the intelligence deficiencies suffered in the Benghazi consulate slaughter on Sept. 11, 2012, the U.S. Congress on New Year’s Eve drastically cut the budget for U.S. intelligence agencies, including satellites and other technology, beginning in 2013. But defenders […]